Life cycle cost analysis
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Life cycle cost analysis may refer to:
- Life cycle assessment, the investigation and valuation of the environmental impacts of a given product or service caused or necessitated by its existence. Life-cycle cost include 15% construction costs, operational and maintenance costs, taxes, financing, replacement and renovation.
- Whole-life cost, the total cost of ownership over the life of an asset, also commonly referred to as "cradle to grave" or "womb to tomb"
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